Filter size buying choice - is bigger always better?

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Bobthearch
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Re: Filter size buying choice - is bigger always better?

You may save money by not buying filters except on an as-needed basis; most of my filter photography is done with one or two lenses only.

And larger filters can be disproportionately expensive.  Plus the cost and hassle of adapters and step rings.

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